The Valley Rattler

Steam engine venting steam, Class C17 Amamoor at Gympie's Mary Valley Rattler

The Mary Valley Rattler is a railway museum with an operating rail fleet for railway journey experiences. Located at the historic Gympie Station, the building also contains the Rusty Rails Cafe. 7 days a week, the museum and cafe are open for a look around and getting a coffee fix. We dropped in for coffee … Read more

Borumba Deer Park

Entrance to Borumba Deer Park near Imbil in Queensland

Borumba Deer Park is a family-owned and operated campground near Imbil, 4 kilometres before reaching the Lake Borumba picnic area . As the name hints, the park is set within a deer farm. It resides downstream from Borumba Dam along Yabba Creek which flows through Imbil and into the Mary River. You can find turtles … Read more

Myall Beach

Sandy beach at low tide with blue skies, headlands of Cape Tribulation in the distance, taken at Myall Beach

Myall Beach is part of the Daintree National Park in the Wet Tropics at Cape Tribulation. The brown sign directs you to the same place as Dubuji where there is a boardwalk through the rainforest. The beach stretches between the Cape Tribulation headlands and the boardwalks of the Dubuji part of Daintree National Park. FromThe … Read more

Lookout (Mossman Mount Mallory Road Lookout)

View north of Port Douglas from the Rex Range, Mossman Mount Malloy Road Lookout

Great views from the Rex Range from a lookout after climbing up Mossman Mount Malloy Road. The lookout is towards the north of Port Douglas, with Newell Beach, Rocky Point, and Mount Alexandra in the distance. The lookout is basically a wider shoulder on the side of the road. There are no toilets, seating, or … Read more


Kulki is a beach and headland at Cape Tribulation in the Daintree National Park. Kulki, pronounced as “gool-gee”, was a meeting place for the Eastern Kuku Yalanji people. Kulki Lookout The 600m Kulki boardwalk leads from the picnic area up the ridge of the headland to a lookout. The lookout is named after two Yalanji … Read more